NH man charged with DWI after police find car damaged in empty parking lot
HOOKSETT — Police arrested a New Hampshire man for driving under the influence after finding him in an empty parking lot with damage to the car he was driving.
An officer spotted the blue Chrysler convertible in the Autozone parking lot around 1:15 a.m. Monday, police said.
As the officer approached the vehicle, they observed fresh damage to the passenger front tire and both passenger side wheels, police said.
The driver was identified as Liston Cox, 33, of Londonderry, who police believed was under the influence.
Cox was compliant to the officer's request for field sobriety tests and was subsequently placed under arrest, police said.
Hooksett police took Cox back to the station where he agreed to a breath test, resulting in a BrAC of 0.11.
Cox was charged with driving while intoxicated. He is scheduled to appear in Hooksett district court on July 19.